splitsecondfeeling:

Grace Jones by Jean-Paul Goude.
So nice to see how this was done!
More Grace here.

splitsecondfeeling:

Grace Jones by Jean-Paul Goude.

So nice to see how this was done!

More Grace here.

13.09.14
3
splitsecondfeeling:

subwoofer2209:

Chant of the Ever Circling Skeletal Family (2014)Heinz Aimer
http://society6.com/heinzaimer/chant-of-the-ever-circling-skeletal-family_print#1=45

YES! And bonus points for the Bowie reference.

splitsecondfeeling:

subwoofer2209:

Chant of the Ever Circling Skeletal Family (2014)
Heinz Aimer

http://society6.com/heinzaimer/chant-of-the-ever-circling-skeletal-family_print#1=45

YES! And bonus points for the Bowie reference.

13.09.14
7
gifsofthe80s:

Battle Zone - Atari - 1980

gifsofthe80s:

Battle Zone - Atari - 1980

(via stellavista)

29.08.14
419

asylum-art:

Dark & Delightful Work Artist: Bernardi Roig

Bernardí Roig is an artist from Mallorca, Spain who explores concepts of loneliness, death, and immortality with his surreal light sculptures.

(via mymouthcradle)

19.08.14
subwoofer2209:

The Making of a Hero (2014)Heinz Aimer
http://society6.com/heinzaimer/the-making-of-a-hero_print#1=45
12.08.14
6
…. I agree …

…. I agree …

03.08.14
subwoofer2209:

The Moon Looked Down and Laughed(2014)
http://society6.com/heinzaimer/the-moon-looked-down-and-laughed_print#1=45
31.07.14
7
liberatingreality:

Our ignorance is their power.

liberatingreality:

Our ignorance is their power.

(via stellavista)

26.07.14
subwoofer2209:

What the ?!? (2014)Heinz Aimer
http://society6.com/heinzaimer/what-the-oph_print#1=45
25.07.14
9
tyleroakley:

death-by-lulz:

You can change the direction this train is moving just by thinking about it.

This fucked me up.


Cool I see both ways

tyleroakley:

death-by-lulz:

You can change the direction this train is moving just by thinking about it.

This fucked me up.

Cool I see both ways

(Source: buzzfeed, via stellavista)

10.07.14

asylum-art:

nastya nudnik: Emoji-nation - artist on tumblr

on Behance, Facebook

nastya nudnik adds emotion to paintings with social media symbols

It became quite common to express our feelings with little Emoji’s, telling if we’re happy, sad, bored or hungry. Playing with this truth, Ukrainian artist Nastya Nudnik created the series ‘Emoji-nation’, putting computer elements which represent the modern life and historical fine arts in correlation.

Nastya Nudnik sates: “I adore playing on contrasts and try to put dualism in every work, no matter it is an illustration, a painting or a collage. Emoji-nation is big a complex of different projects united by one idea. And I don’t know whether it is already done, because the further development of Emoji-nation depends on my mood and some ‘sudden clarity’.”

(via mymouthcradle)

21.06.14